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Ski Club, K'enaanee kkaazoot

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Ski Club, K'enaanee kkaazoot!

Student Organization Description:
A UAF Club to support cross-country skiing in Alaskan Villages. Our Mission is to: 1. To recruit volunteers from UAF and the Fairbanks community to travel to rural Alaska Native villages in Interior Alaska, to share their knowledge and passion for Cross-Country skiing with the youth. 2. To provide youth in Alaska Native villages an opportunity to learn a fun, healthy, outdoor activity that can also be used for non-motorized transportation. 3. To support and promote regional races in rural Alaska, so that youth have an opportunity to maximize their skiing and racing skill and ability. 4. To provide a long-term commitment to village ski programs with encouragement, travel funding, skiing clinics, technical assistance, and ski equipment. 5. To promote a dynamic urban/rural exchange through Nordic skiing in rural Alaska.

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The Inu-Yupiaq Dance Group invites audience members to join them in a traditional dance at the 2009 SOAR Awards Ceremony.
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